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Research aims to examine the “aggravating” effects of climate change on health

SPOKANE – Summers in the northwest interior are getting hotter, drier and possibly more dangerous to public health. This is what Claire Richards set out to study earlier this year, when she received funding for her project to discover how the accompanying power outages, extreme heat and smoke from wildfires …

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From our inbox: Letters to the Editor for the week ending July 9, 2021 | Opinions

Regarding Noozhawk’s July 3 article, “Santa Barbara Latin American University Eligibility Rate, Black Students Call for ‘Urgent Action’,” what is missing is this. takes place before secondary education to prepare students for equitable success. The importance of the acquisition of English in the third year in relation to the results …

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India’s federal balance collapsed in wave two

At the start of the pandemic, federalism, with its decentralized approach, was seen as an obstacle in the battle against Covid-19. Instead, a quick, centralized response was seen as the key to beating the virus. Many took this point of view when the pandemic exposed the vulnerabilities of the United …

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Power Grid Operator Issues Alert, Says Alberta “Uses Reserves to Balance Power System”

The Alberta Electric System Operator issued an “energy emergency alert” Wednesday afternoon because a number of factors had caused the province “to use reserves to balance the electrical system.” “The supply is limited but still meets the demand” AESO tweeted, noting that the energy emergency was classified as a “level …

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DOE Announces $ 27 Million to Accelerate Commercialization of Ocean Wave Energy Technology

WASHINGTON DC – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $ 27 million in federal funding for research and development projects aimed at more efficiently converting ocean wave energy into carbon-free electricity. This funding opportunity aims to advance wave energy technologies towards commercial viability and supports the …

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The EuropeWave project opens a call for concept development – reNews

The EuropeWave project invites wave energy developers to apply for funding through its pre-market procurement program (PCP), which opened today until October 21. The five-year collaborative program will see several wave energy projects selected for the first stage of “concept development”. EuropeWave is a partnership between Wave Energy Scotland (WES), …

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Assessment of the heat wave: forest fires, 911 calls and deformation of sidewalks

EDMONTON – As the heat wave in Edmonton is expected to end over the weekend, there are reminders of the impact of scorching conditions on the city. A full week of dizzying temperatures has had a variety of impacts, from selling fans in city stores to temporarily shutting down businesses …

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Power outage hits thousands in Washington Heights amid heat

NEW YORK – Con Edison was in Washington Heights on Thursday, handing out dry ice to residents without power as crews worked in the heat and rain to restore power to thousands of his neighborhood customers. What would you like to know Nearly 2,000 Con Edison customers in Washington Heights …

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Investment mood weakens in first quarter as second wave interrupts recovery, investment data shows

The appetite for new investment gained new momentum in the quarter ended in June as the second wave of covid-19 and subsequent statewide lockdowns undermined business confidence. New investment in projects fell 13%, returning to the previous quarter’s increase, according to the latest figures from the Center for Monitoring Indian …

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